Family history changes lives

Posted in Case Histories, For Relatives, For Solicitors

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Through her work with Who Do You Think You Are? Eileen Butcher has helped a fair few celebrities unearth their family history, but she’s equally at home helping some of the country’s most vulnerable people rediscover their past. In this interview she discusses the work that Anglia Research does for The Money Carer Foundation (MCF), a not-for-profit organisation that supports adults who are not able to manage their own financial affairs.

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Great Anglo-American Alliances #3: Anglia Research offers US customers a free review of unsolved cases

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Anglo-American partnerships have shaped and changed history. The transatlantic alliance that won World War Two and preserved freedom was built by the child of a marriage of English status and tradition to American wealth and energy.

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Digitising records - making an informed choice

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Earlier this year, Google vice-president Vint Cerf warned that our digital records may not stand the test of time. In this article, Kelvin Smith, former records management consultant at The National Archives, looks at the feasibility and desirability of digitising records.

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Helping solve problems with unregistered property

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Twenty-five years ago the land register was opened to public inspection and compulsory land registration finally came into effect across the board in England and Wales. Yet it is still possible to search the Land Registry for a property and fail to find its details. This article takes a brief look at the history of land registration and outlines some of the specialist services that Anglia Research offers solicitors to help them establish property ownership.

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The value of clarity

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We are proud to announce that, as of today, we can display the Internet Crystal Mark logo on our website – the Plain English Campaign’s seal of approval. In this article, commercial director Carolyn Lord explains why clarity matters.

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